Psychosocial Development in 2- to 6-Year-Olds?

Answer Erik Erikson was an influential psychologist who was born in Germany in 1902. His famous theory of psychosocial development posited that humans go through eight stages which occur in specific chro... Read More »

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Stages of Development in 3- and 4-Year-Olds?

Between the ages of 3 and 4, your child officially exits toddlerhood and enters the world of childhood. His development during this time period will be dramatic as he exits the "terrible two's" and... Read More »

Physical Development of Eight to Nine Year Olds?

Eight and 9-year-old children are in the "in-between" years. They are still children, but are on the cusp of their teen years. Children this age develop at different rates, which is why there are s... Read More »

Learning Experiences That Promote Physical Development for Four-Year-Olds?

Four-year-olds love to move around, and everyday experiences provide ample opportunities for learning experiences. Sometimes, though, providing structured activities can help children increase thei... Read More »

Psychosocial Development Activities?

Psychosocial development in children involves development of the individual's sense of self, including confronting issues such as identity, autonomy, intimacy, sexuality and achievement. Children m... Read More »